The Kansas City Royals were poised to make it “Our Time” in 2012 before star pitcher Danny Duffy found his way to Tommy John surgery.
The Kansas City Royals announced today that the club has acquired minor league left-handed pitcher Luis Santos and right-hander Luis Rico from the Pittsburgh Pirates in exchange for right-handed pitcher Vin Mazzaro and first baseman Clint Robinson. Santos and Rico have been assigned to the Surprise Royals.
The kings of irrelevant success are at it early in 2012.
I know this makes me far from unique, but as a young man growing up in Kansas City that dreamed of being a journalist, I became quite enamored with Joe Posnanski.
Roy Oswalt, Wil Myers, Jake Odorizzi and Salvador Perez converge on a minor league town to put on a show.
With inter league play about to be in full swing the Kansas City Royals seem to be in a pretty good position to make a move in the later part of the month of June.
Patience is truly a virtue. For Kansas City Royals third basemen, Mike Moustakas, there is no statement more true.
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Despite being swept by the Cleveland Indians while playing in front of their home crowd for the first time in 2012, the Kansas City Royals provided some reasons for optimism
2011 saw the Royals’ top hitting prospects take a step forward, while many of their pitching prospects took a step sideways, down or out.